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- A sad fate. // Newsweek;12/23/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 26, p6
Focuses on the fate of two white rhinoceroses that were sent from the Pittsburgh Zoo to a zoo in Chengdu, China. The details of their trip; Their deaths on the truck ride from Shanghai to Chengdu.
- Animal attraction. Ankeny, Jason // Telephony;11/19/2001, Vol. 241 Issue 21, p34
Features the Webcasting of the birth of a male calf of a Sumatran rhinocero at the Cincinnati Zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio through the efforts of zoo staff, Time Warner Cable and LiveWave. Benefit of LiveWave's ConvergenceCam system for animal behavior study; Plan of TimeWarner Cable.
- Shy. // New Yorker;3/11/91, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p29
Describes a visit to the Bronx Zoo to visit the Sumatran rhinoceros Rapunzel. Description of Rapunzel; Solitary nature of rhinos; Plans to breed her with a male.
- Whipsnade's rhinos go enviro. // Builders Merchants Journal;Feb2009, p36
The article reports on the rainwater collection system at the Whipsnade Zoo in Great Britain for the rhino. It says that the zoo had a 30,000 litre underground storage tanks from WPL for their ï¿½1 million Rhinos of Nepal exhibit. It also says that system collects water from the rhino...
- Subplot. Bernard, Sarah // New York;10/16/98, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p13
Reports that the Bronx Zoo celebrated the birth of its first male Indian rhinoseros. The confusion over who got to name the baby; The Toronto Zoo as the owner of the rhino's father; The zoo's tradition of naming animals after important trustees; Trustee Michael Gline as in line for the nominal...
- The Gentle Giant. EGER, JUDITH // ROM Magazine;2009, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p28
The article presents information about Bull, the oldest white rhinoceros at the Toronto Zoo. Bull was born in South Africa in 1963. He lived at the San Diego Wild AnimalPark until 1974 when he was transferred to the Toronto Zoo. He was originally named Mtondo and was a favourite with children...
- Living in zoos. Kalman, Bobbie // Endangered Rhinoceros;2004, p28
This article focuses on the condition of rhinoceros in zoos. There are not enough wild places for rhinos to live, so many live in zoos. Today's zoos look like the natural habitats in which the animals once lived. The best zoos have teams of scientists who study the animals and keep them safe and...
- How you can help. Kalman, Bobbie // Endangered Rhinoceros;2004, p30
This article presents information on how to help save rhinoceros. Everyone can help save rhinos. The best way to help is to learn all about them and the places where they live. The more you know, the more information you can share with other people. If you have a zoo nearby that houses rhinos,...
- Minnesota Zoo: Notice of Request for Proposals for Minnesota Zoo Rhinoceros Sculptures and Graphics. // Minnesota State Register;12/23/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 26, p934
The article presents the notice of request for proposals for design, fabrication and installation of rhinoceros sculptures and graphics, issued by Minnesota Zoo, as of December 2013.